Stranger Fruit

Invasion from across the Border

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The endangered jaguar (Panthera onca) is making a partial comeback in the Southwest. As this article notes, sightings have become more frequent over the past decade as males are crossing over from Mexico. Needless to say, conservationists are worried about the effect of the 700 mile Bush’s Border Boondoggle on not only the jaguar but other species.

Picture by permission of the Northern Jaguar Project